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, following a storm in 1953, the government built an extensive series of storm surge barriers. >> if we had such barriers in place during hurricane sandy, there would have been no damage at all. >> reporter: this animation show what is a barrier in new york harbor might look like. if a surge was coming, 25-foot-high gates would drop, and then swing shut to block the water until the danger had passed. >> the surge is completely blocked by the system. >> reporter: but boman's idea would take years of study and cost about a third of the estimated cost of rebuilding after sandy. and lester, other countries are doing major infrastructure projects as part of national security. china is putting in about 10,000 miles of high speed railway. turkey and istanbul are building new tunnels and airports. it is potential the united states can do this. we're just spending our money on other things. >> this is going to spark the conversation, though. >> hopefully this will be part of the debate. >>> still to come, we'll take you inside a hurricane war room. but this isn't fema or the pentagon. it's home depo
. >>> a human rights group said syrian rebels killed 28 government troops today in a town that straddles the town's highway. fighting has escalated dramatically since a failed cease-fire monday. >>> a drug company is recalling all of its products after the firm must approve its testing process. it is the sister company to the massachusetts pharmacy whose drugs have been implicated in that deadly meningitis outbreak. it sent injectable drugs to hospitals nationwide. the recall is out of an abundance of caution. >>> bionic man zach lauter is ready to make history sunday when he attempts to climb 2,109 stairs to the top of chicago's willis tower. he lost his right leg in a motorcycle accident, will now use an experimental prosthetic leg that is controlled by his mind. that's something. >>> it is now six minutes after the hour. we'll follow, maybe even tweet about it if we get some power around here, al. >> that's fantastic. >> like science fiction. thank you so much. let's see what we've got for you as far as your weather is concerned. today, remnants of sandy right now up into canada, spin
. he insists the government database is wrong. >> when he checked, there is no license on file for you or your company. >> okay. i'll bring my paperwork down, we'll see otherwise. >> he said he would show investigators proof the next day but didn't. >> do you have a business card? >> look, many contractors do play by the rules. frank checked this one on the roof. fully licensed. >> i'm glad somebody showed up, checked my credentials, verified i was licensed. >> what do you make of unlicensed contractors? >> take it down. >> officials say some unlicensed contractors walk down the street going door to door, luring you in with low, low prices. when your front yard looks like this or any of the homes on the block, you're desperate. how do you say no? >> it hurts, really. i am in the hole. >> dorothy o'brien got a flyer in her door in august for tree repair from this man, eric moyer. she said she paid him $1600 in cash up front but he never did the job. >> they were only here one day, never came back again. >> new jersey prosecutors say he was unlicensed, targeting the elderly and he was ch
rights group said syrian rebels killed 28 government troops today in a town that straddles the country's main north/south highway. five rebels were killed in the attack. syrian forces also shelled a town near the turkish border. fighting has escalated dramatically since the failed cease-fire monday. >>> the ameridose drug company is recalling all of the products after they were told they must improve their testing process. it is the sister company to the massachusetts pharmacy whose drugs have been implicated in that deadly meningitis outbreak. ameridose is a major supplier of injectable drugs to hospitals nationwide. they stress the fda did not identify any impurities in its products and that the recall is out of p an abundance of cautio. >>> bionic man zach botter is going to attempt to climb the stairs. he lost his leg in a motorcycle accident will now use an experimental prosthetic leg that is controlled by his mind. that's something. it is now six minutes after the hour, we are rooting for him. we'll be following, maybe even tweet about it if we get some power around here, al. >>
check. >> reporter: investigators find another unlicensed contractor. he insists the government database is wrong. >> i am licensed. >> when he checked there was no license online for you or your company. >> i'll shoal you otherwise. >> reporter: said he'll show investigators proof the next day but didn't. >> do you have a business card? >> reporter: many contractors do play by the rules. frank checked this one on the roof. fully licensed. >> i'm glad somebody showed up to check my credentials, verify i'm licensed. >> reporter: what do you make of the unlicensed contractors? >> stick it to them. >> reporter: officials say some unlicensed contractors even walk down the street going door to door luring you in with low, low prices, and when your front yard looks like this or actually any of the homes on this block, you're desperate. how do you say no? >> it hurts. i am really in the hole. >> reporter: dorothy o'brien got a flier in her door in august for tree repair from this man, eric moyer. she says she paid him $1,600 in cash up front, but he never did the job. >> they were only here one
government, no bureaucracy, no red tape, get resources where they're needed as fast as possible. >> reporter: mitt romney also suspended campaigning tuesday but still traveled to the battleground state of ohio to encourage donations to the red cross. >> and i appreciate the fact that people right here in dayton got up this morning, some went to the grocery store, ipurchasee families will need. >> reporter: governor romney is back campaigning today holding three rallies across florida. but the president remains in disaster response mode. he'll survey storm damage with new jersey's republican governor chris christ yeempt among issues christie plans to bring up, how to build a more weatherproof jersey shore. >> one of the things i'll be talking to the president about tomorrow is bringy the army corps in immediately to talk to us about how's the best way to rebuild the jersey shore. >> reporter: despite election day on the horizon, christie didn't seem very concerned about how his state would hold an election. >> i don't give a damn about election day. it doesn't matter a lick to me, so let the
, supervisor. thanks for having me. proposition d is a good government measure that will increase voter turnout in our elections for city attorney and treasurer, two very important offices, and will also save the city 4.2 million dollars every 4 years. right now we elect our city attorney and treasurer in a very, very low turnout odd year election where they are the only two offices on the ballot. and turnout is always extremely low in that election. and it costs us over $4 million dollars to hold that election. proposition d would move the city attorney and treasurer elections to be on the same ballot as the mayor, which is a much myer turn jut election, so more people would be voting for city attorney and treasurer and every time we don't hold that very low turnout odd year election separately for city attorney and treasurer, we'll save 4.2 million dollars. prop d was put on the ballot unanimously by the board of supervisors and it's been endorsed overwhelmingly by both the democratic and republican party. >> dr. faulkner, do you think this is a good idea. >> it has several problems. the orig
shortly. >> thank you. i am the director of development and local government relations. we have one speaker from san francisco unified school district, dr. janet schultz
partner, san francisco government television. thanks to each of you, for taking the time to inform yourself about your choices on november 6th. good evening. [ applause ] >>
in government. the first years as a very brash and passionate attorney. now i have a lot of strong feelings about... (inaudible) low income tenants and the department of building inspection and fire department. the wave of the streets were conducted that will be safe in the public housing project ts. and during those years, 23 years ago. really kind of change... (inaudible) or you have to sue it to change it. of course, as an attorney (inaudible). of course, i litigated against the city for some years and got convinced that maybe that does not end up in all of the best results. so i got enticed by (inaudible) to start working in it and... required the people in the city government who wanted to do better but simply did not know how. the passion was there. the passion from our communities have been there for many, many years. and so, fast forward 20 years later i am the mayor of this crazy place and i tried... (inaudible). and i think the great way of doing that is to model new ways to an old passion and as people who want to solve problems and people who have passion to get other people inv
a buddhist women. the violence is jeopardizing the government's efforts to promote democracy and reconciliation. >>> government forces and opposition fighters in syria are trading fire and accusations instead of observing a temporary ceasefire. both sides agreed to put down their weapons during a muslim holiday. but they've both been involved in fresh violence. government and opposition forces agreed to a proposal by u.n. and arab league leader to stop fighting during the holiday. the truce is to go friday through monday. but sporadic battles continued throughout the country. exploded in damascus killing five people and wounding 30 others. fierce fighting broke out in aleppo. troops loyal to president bashar al assad attacked rebels who seized an airport. syrian forces are also being accused of going after antigovernment demonstrators. a human rights group says more than 70 people died across the country on friday away. syrian soldiers said they retaliated after opposition fighters broke the produce. but one tells nhk government forces went on the offensive first. he says his
need to get more of our federal tax dollars back from the federal government. we send more money up to washington than we get back. those are the atom is we would look at. he talks about getting money from gas exploration and by his own admission, that is success tenures out. he talks about a plan that will cost $11 billion -- >> let's be concise and stay on subject. >> 95, li's purchase, public- private partnership, let's get money back from the federal government. let's prioritize some of the traffic. if the look at my logistics task force report, it was a commission of republicans and democrats and we talked about some of these things around the state. in the cities, we should give a tax benefit or incentive for people who live inside the belt law and that we get people off the belt line during those tight traffic turned to allow congress to travel. >> where would you find a funding source to repair and upgrade 95? >> the first thing i would do is look at other roads that are being considered for construction which some areas don't even want. congestion or safety issues are not r
is the commander in chief. it's his responsibility to ensure the federal government has done everything they can do. he is back in d.c. and selected a fema administrator out of florida who is probably one of the best responders that the agency has seen. all of the federal agencies appear to be stepping up. they are in line. as you remember governor there are connections between the local government state government and the sources that are desperately needed. >> jennifer: can you remind people who are watching who may not be in the disaster area why fema is so important. >> you have heard, governor all disasters are local. and the response is definitely a local event. often fema gets painted with a brood brush that they are the first responder. they are not. as a governor you don't have the ability to mobilize large numbers of forces of both equipment and people to these types of events especially when we have a disaster the magnitude of sandy. without fema those state and local governments would not come close to being able to respond in the way that is expected of the governmen
. she holds a degree in government, from claire mont college and a policy. >> good evening, everyone, candidates. >> good evening. >> this year we have two candidates for state assembly state 19, michael brior and phil tim. >> they will answer questions that you in the audience submit as well as the questions submitted to the league of women voters. in addition, the viewers from the senior center may submit questions on-line. the time keepers will hold up a yellow card to signify to the candidates that they have 15 seconds remaining and hold up a red card when it is time to stop. >> both have asked the supporters to be respectful of the candidate and the audience and to maintain the quiet during the forum, i also ask you to respect this commitment, please. >> you all have many important decision to make on november 6th, and today's forum will give you the opportunity to ask questions to help you make your decisions. now, let's begin. >> our first question is a very general... actually i want to start with one here that is from the richmond senior center sent in on-line. >> the census
through the federal government is something that needs to be reformed. >> thank you. >> ending with the theme of public safety, our final question, is that the state proposition 36 seeks to amend california law to provide that a life sentence should not be imposed for a third felony conviction unless it is for a serious or violent felony, and what is your position. >> i spent a lot of time my ten years in legislation working on criminal justice reform to make sure that we have saner drug laws and we don't see the spending grow from 5.2 to over ten percent surpassing the amount that we spend on higher education as a completely wrong track that we are on. thanks to corn brown we have turned the corner and with realignment we will be reducing that percentage of funding on the criminal justice so that we can spend it on education which is the best crime preventive tool known to human kind. i am a strong supporter of prop 36 and i supported the earlier version in 2004 when only because of wise that arnold schwarzenegger said in a television commercial that it was mathematically impo
. >> they wants the hispanic vote. they want the hispanic dependent on government. just like they have the african-americans dependent on government. >> there is no exemptions. >> don't blame the marketplace for the mess we're in now. i'm tired of hearing this crap. >> pick this president up, pat him on the head and say son son, son. >> cenk: well, we're about to pat you on the head and say son, son son there's the friggin' door, enjoy it. i wish the host had predicted this earlier hmm. >> joe walsh, the clown of the earth. he thinks on medicare you have to double down, go harder at it. he's first-termer. he's going to be wanted out. i would be surprised if he survived that first term. he's a bull in the china shop. he has no idea what he's doing. >> cenk: that was only a year and a half ago. hey joe you know what this is? i've got a personal one for you. elbow from the sky--bye bye. now, all of you stay right here because we've got a whole other hour of "the young turks" coming. and wait until you get a load of me on climate change, washington, new york, you've done nothing about it. that anger w
launched their program governing that level of engagement and the conduct of the utility and the caa, so there -- i think it's useful to spend time briefing folks on the rules of engagement are from that legislative effort as much as we know them, but it won't be exactly the same experience because of that. >> well i think that it would be helpful to have that context. i think that would be useful -- i imagine for both commissions to do that. ms. miller. >> and i am just assuming and barbara i know we will talk off line that we will have an update on shell and mobile energy if there are issues or status of where we are with those two contracts. >> great. colleague any other questions? again we want to thank staff and puc for their presentation. we have taken public comment on this item. why don't we now go to item six. >> item six public comment. members of the public may address the commission on matters that are within their jurisdiction and not on today's agenda. >> any public comment? seeing none public comment is closed. item seven. >> item seven future agenda items. >> and now
to receive 31.5 billion euros in new loans. the finance ministers urged government leaders to reach a consensus on labor reforms, too. the ministers will visit the issues when they meet again in two weeks. greek leaders seem to be taking that pressure seriously. they've submitted a revised draft budget to parliament outlining yet more austerity. they proposed reductions to spending of more than 9 billion euros. they intend to submit bills next week to cut pensions and the salaries of civil servants. >>> government leaders expect the europe economy will contract next year by 4.5%. they're urging their creditors to lease rescue loans as soon as possible. but many greeks are growing increasingly frustrated with the severely of the cuts. major unions announced a 48 hour general strike for next week. >>> while the eu pressures greece, its own spending poli policies are undefined in britain. members of prime minister's david cameron's own party backed an opposition amendment calling for a smaller eu budget. opposition lawmakers say increasing funding for the regional body is unacceptable.
that are corporate nonprofit, and government, all focused on challenge driven innovation in some way or another. this is a really powerful interesting, innovative group of people that are gathered here to look at how competitions can drive innovation. that's what tonight is all about, is, you know, the next step in creating a real wave of innovation. my job tonight is just to give you a little bit of background on what we are what we're doing, and then gñ@ this really powerful group of ti so just to get going with that, i want to tell you a little bit about this thing called the night rover/< challenge. this is a collaboration between the clean tech open unoodle and nasa. it's a program from nasa's office of centennial challenges. and it's challengin the best innovators in america to create radical new energy storage technology. you know, way above what we have now. this is something very powerful, to be able to keep rovers going on the moon, in mars, things that could be useful, in your cell electric vehicles something that just is a radical leap in new tec
. >> commissioners, ray heart, director of san francisco open government. i do read these reports. i read every one of them, front to back and i go back and make notes on them and everything else because i really do want to come here and make meaningful comment. for example, category number two investigation enforcement programs number of complaints what does that tell us? how long have those complaints been sitting? i know for a fact that the 9 for the sunshine ordinance task force have been sitting there for god knows how long. so basically, i could have to... i don't think that it is unfair to assume that some of these other complaints may just be sitting in someone's desk aging and eventually someone will get around to it and someone will put it up. these really are meanless statistics. and nine people filed a complaint, and how many were referred from sunshine? how many of you heard, well, we know that. one. gomez, where did that go? nowhere. because the mayor only wants to use you if it suits his political ends. i told you that before. he hung you out to dry, he wanted to get rid of the sheri
the regional governments would not cooperate with u.s. and international sanctions, but since then, they've been absolutely shocked at the degree to which the region has cooperated with the united states and with international sanctions. the countries and leaders they thought might stand with them have actually distanced themselves and abandoned iran entirely, and that's why the sanctions are working as well as they are. i thought the idea that somehow the regional governments are going to shed a tear if there were a confrontation between the united states and iran over the nuclear, the united states did strike. of course, very few people would advocate a strike, but if it is come to that, i really doubt that hardly anybody in the region would shed a single tear over it. i do not think you're going to see mass demonstrations in the region, you know, arguing that iran has been wronged, iran is the victim here, and any such strike would come after much more due diligence, much more talks, and then many more opportunities for iran to take a compromise. the idea that iran is somehow going to
around this room. in this room, we have amazing people that are corporate, nonprofit, and government, all focused on challenge driven innovation in some way or another. this is a really powerful,interf people that are gathered here to look at how competitions can drive innovation. that's what tonight is all about, is, you know, the next step in creating a real wave of innovation. my job tonight is just to give you a little bit of background on what we are, what we're tiqp)q)s that we have.roup of so just to get going with that, i want to tell you a little bit about this thing called the night rover/< challenge. this is a collaboration between the clean tech open, unoodle, and nasa. it's a program from nasa's office of centennial challenges. and it's challengin the best innovators in america to create radical new energy storage technology. you know, way above what we have now. this is something very powerful, to be able to keep rovers going on the moon, in mars, things that could be useful, in your cell electric vehicles, something that just is a radical leap in new technology. but i don'
the state hurt our city or the federal government. we've got to innovate our way out of this economic dole drum and we are doing so with inviting people here. those of you who take this word challenge, and really can really seriously bring that to fore with your best ideas, this is what i'm doing with all these technology companies. i'm not satisfied with just hosting a new company in the city, i want to know what they're doing, who's working there, where they're coming from, what they plan for the five or 10 years and how we can help them grow. as they're growing their jobs i want to know technologically how we can help. that's why i love going to accelerators, to find out what are the next five years that we're incubating so when it comes like what happened last week with dr. yam naka working at gladstone institute at mission bay becomes one of the newest nobel prize winners in medicine working with uc-san francisco and the pharmaceutical companies there, they're on the verge of discovering wonderful stem cell research that will cure a lot of cancers in our lifetime. you're going to see
. on behalf of myself and leauge of women voters and san francisco government and san francisco television and our thanks for all of the candidates for participating. it was a pleasure tonight. thank you to all of you that turned out
are going to read grades. we have been talking about the government and upcoming election. so we will read our book. i love the way i see table one. everybody's eyes are on me. what a great job. "grace for president." one monday mrs. barrington rolled out a big post wer all the presidents on it. grace could not believe her eyes. where are the girls! that's a very good question, says mrs. barrington. the truth is, our country has never had a woman president. no girl president? ever! >> no, i'm afraid not, said mrs. barrington. >> grace sat down at her desk. no girls. whatever heard of such a crazy thing. finally she raised her hand. >> scholars from uc berkeley, we talked about how very special we were. we tell you all the time you are special. the mayor, of all the other schools in san francisco, chose to come. and uc berkeley. so the mayor will talk to you a little while. all of our attention is which way? >> well, good morning everyone. >> good morning. >> i want to first begin by thanking your teacher, ms. mayes, for letting me come and be part of your class room today. of course your p
? >> special report. who did this and how? should our government have seen it come something in did president obama try to hide the truth? is this a huge scandal that exposes a failed obama foreign policy? or is mitt romney just saying it is? >> stephen: why didn't our consulate have more security? why was the intelligence so slow to come out? and more importantly, if you put a statement in the form of a question, is it journalism? [ laughter ] [cheers and applause] so why did the administration imply these attacks were incited by a youtube video that insults the prophet mohammed? would anyone else like to chime in? >> why, why would he -- he and his administration -- speak repeatedly about that little video and with such authority and certainty? >> why would they come up with the video? >> are we really going to blame a video? [ laughter ] >> stephen: how could a video possibly incite violence? jimmy, why don't we watch it? ♪ >> stephen: why has my network forbidden me to show that video? did obama get to them? [ laughter ] or is there some other question i should be asking? [ laughter ] [
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of revolution, evidence based on the inalienable rights, life, liberty, pursuit of happiness and self-government, but the evolution is you have to win. nobody hands you victory in a revolution. that's what the war was about, but then, the war ends and the south has to be reintegrated into the union, but there are all these reconstructed confederates who believe they have the better part of the argument, who believe the white race should be supreme in the south, who resent entirely the fact abolition was imposed on the south, whereas in the civil war, they didn't have a vote or say in the national government. all of the sudden, they do. during war, the rules of democracy were suspended. democracy's based on majority rule. once the war ends, democracy kicks back in. the south has to be reintegrated politically, and when grant was nominated for president in 1868, grant was, first of all, the nominee by acclamation of the republican nomination. grant did not lift a finger on his own behalf. he allowed himself to be nominated, and he allowed himself to be elected. he didn't give any speeches. he wrot
the government to tell us when to go out for halloween or trick-or-treating. if your neighborhood is flooded don't go out. if it's not, go out. >> it's ridiculous for chris christie or anyone to interpret him to say that he's canceling halloween. he can't cancel halloween. >> he just says in new jersey, we had a really bad storm let's all go trick-or-treating in a couple of days. boom he canceled halloween. >> which is by the way common sense and the whole thing doesn't need to be said, but he said i'm going to issue an edict. >> was this another christie gap where he says what's on his mind. >> he was asked about halloween which is a silly thing to be asked when you're talking about people who don't have houses. >> we didn't see the part where the reporter asked the question. >> if he reschedules it for next tuesday, then we might have an issue. [ laughter ] >> cenk: if i were to give him more credit here. he just said that they are in that press conference we showed you that they are going to rebuild the boardwalk. ok? now, by the way and part of the way they are going to do that is take a lot
, this chamber would be full. before you came into the city, we had good government and projects that went forward on time every time. a city that came together and if you can't see that because you're so identified with diversity, then you need to go get your eyes checked. we're so tired of it in this city. i would get away with anything with your attitude. it's not diverse enough. you could take over any country with these type of politics because it's about victimizing its very own citizens. biting the hand that feeds you. if you think that that has any sustainability in this city or any city in the world, you're absolutely deluded. thank you very much. i grew up with a father from the middle east and brothers that were diverse as any family on earth. but i tell you what, the politics in this city is so bad, that it has to change. thank you. >> seeing no other speaker, public comment is closed. if you can call the next item. >> 10 adjournment. >> two words, go giants. meeting adjourned.
the king james version and because the government didn't authorize it, it was outlawed. but it was a bible by the people, for the people, the book that built america. and now for the first time in 400 years it's available again in a beautiful leather edition. i have one, i want you to have yours too. please visit genevabible.com and get your copy of this rare and historic version of god's word today. i'm marianne rafferty. now, back to "geraldo at large." for all the latest headlines is log on to fox news .com. >> earlier today i signed a declaration of emergency. >> i declared a state of emergency this afternoon i declared a state of emergency commonwealth wide. >> geraldo: a fox news alert. frankenstorm continues its unprecedented late season march into the northeast as tens of millions rush to get themselves ready for landfall and getting worse as the week goes on. meantime the caribbean is burying its dead. hurricane sandia claiming a total of 58 lives in jamaica, cuba, the bahamas and most severely in earth ravaged haiti which is still experiencing widespread flooding. a storm of a mu
. and it honestly looked authentic too. >> obama: what i can promise you is the federal government will be working as closely as possible with the state and local officials, and we will not quit until this is done. >> oh conservatives hate hearing that. >> ah! >> stephanie: didn't that one headline say it all, bush's fema director says obama reacted too quickly. >> you are doing it too quickly. not enough people have died yet. >> stephanie: even the picture of them on marine one shows you the resources of the federal government in terms of assessing the damage quickly. the fact that he gave them the number at the white house directly. yeah, this has not been like one or two comments he said i cannot thank the president enough for his personal concern and passion. oh how much do they hate the c word. >> obama: we will follow up to make sure you get all of the help you need until you have rebuilt. >> stephanie: he said he discussed all of the specific problems with the president, i'm pleased to report he strung in to action immediately to get those things. >> obama: governor chr
part of running the american government in this country that is business-like. but there is no business element to figuring out how to help people who are upside down on their mortgages going through a refinancing program, there's no business side to trying to figure out how to make america the most competitive place for students and for our universities by expanding. there are certain things that you can't put like -- i think they call it at school -- there are certain things that don't have a return on investment calculation. >> stephanie: that's right. look at the midst of this. mitt romney is say he's for getting rid of fema and privatizing this. he won't even answer a question about that even though he's in the midst of having a campaign event. here's the president, you know, not calculating just doing what he has to do to actually help people. not how it's going to look, right? >> yeah. that's -- that's what leadership is about you know. what leadership is about being able to -- to
of that came from defense spending. the government spend a ton of money on the military. okay. so now the spin is obama spending too much money on the military. he wants too many ships and bombs and things like that. just in the last debate, romney was telling us that obama wants to gut the navy. so you know, they can't make up that you are mind. it was a jobs report. the numbers were fake. the gdp, the numbers are fake. that democrat is just spending too much money on defense. >> stephanie: exactly. eric bolling on hannity. >> any question why obama is losing? why the momentum is on romney? the only thing president obama has had bayonets -- >> big bird. >> and binders and now romnesia. i have one. i have a new term. it's called obama-mona. he's such a cancer to the economy. he threatens the whole system. >> stephanie: that's clever. >> yikes. >> i don't think that's going to catch on. >> i've been wondering for months and months, what is fox going to do if and when obama wins? how are they going to justify --
of states where people say i don't like the government. i don't want the government's advice but when something like this happens you know what you want in your life? the government. >> big government. damn them. >> benito mussolini. >> wow, that was wrong. [ ding ding ] [ applause ] >> stephanie: it doesn't matter. somebody smart said that. >> as governor romney was slow to respond to disasters in his state -- >> in western massachusetts. >> that's a big country. >> stephanie: almost like he just wants to be in power not actually do anything with the power. okay. funny that. 45 minutes after the hour. right back. more with elvira, mistress of the dark on "the stephanie miller show." >> i'm very embarrassed for you for what goes on on your show. it's just dirty stuff and you all laugh so stupidly like a bunch of idiots. >> announcer: it's "the stephanie miller show." decisions, watch current tv's politically direct lineup. only on current tv. vote smart. our democracy depends on an informed electorate. (vo)
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of power or out of gas or both. today the federal government turned to the defense department to deliver 24 million gallons of extra fuel and lift restrictions on deliveries by foreign ships. governor andrew cuomo waved taxes on fuel tangors. in new jersey governor chris christie signed an executive order of gas rationing starting tomorrow. and 4.37 million homes in the area are still without power. turning now to the presidential campaign that other hot topic where there are just four days before the election, and though next tuesday is the officials election day many voters have already cast ballots. millions! let's take a look at everyone's favorite electoral nightmare florida, where the state took an unprecedented step of cutting early voting time in half. that has meant lines around the block in many polling stations. miami-dade county is averaging more than 26,000 voters per day. there was a four-hour wait to vote today. >> usually it's, you know, five, six, ten people in front of you and this is ridiculous. >> jennifer: so some voting advocates are concerned that the long waits coul
, and shift the discussion to what roll the government can play. >> bill: hey, dan, i want to share with margaret the newest obama ad but while dan is getting that ready -- that's the point of my column i reference is that i think hurricane sandy brought the focus on the key difference between romney and president obama, and there are certain cases where federal government has a real role to play -- >> almost every case come on bill. >> bill: but romney does say the more we can give to the states and the more we can give to the private sector the better including natural disasters. >> you didn't hear him say that this week. >> bill: no. i don't know if you have heard this or not. >> the president himself and fema administrator have been out standing with us so far. very proactive, and i appreciate that type of leadership and the president's telephone call and if we do need something, i have the number and i'll be able to use it. >> obama: i'm barack obama and i approve this message. [ laughter ] >> bill: that's our own creation, of course, but it gets the poin
with contributions government unions control politicians. it is killing california. 11% unemployment. high taxes. lavish pensions. billions in waste. $50 billion a year on education but among the worst performing schools. cut the money tie between special interest lobbyists and career politicians. put people back in charge. yes on prop 32. >> cenk: it sounds like it is anti-corporation, right? no funded by the corporations. in fact, it is pushed by this group called the lincoln club of orange county who also pushed citizens united. you know why they're doing this? and actually it doesn't affect corporations at all. they use their general treasury. what it does is it affects unions. the real purpose is to cripple labor unions politically. according to the "l.a. times". they do deception for a living. they do it professionally. so they have something that helps corporations. they run ads saying oh, can you believe those naughty corporations? let's go get those guys. they know what they're doing. and the problem is the media
who is behind now or never? >> so now or never is funded by americans for limited government and a gentleman by the name of howard rich. and mr. walsh actually very clearly states in his bio that he helped found it and he claims he doesn't know it even exists even though he founded it. we looked in his latest campaign filings, it turns out he tried to hide the fact he got a maximum contribution from mr. rich and rich's wife by not as listing him as howard rich, listing him as richy howard thinking we would be too dumb to figure this out. >> jennifer: let's step back for one second. what is it? outspent ten to one? >> 12.5 to one. >> jennifer: so if you're elected, please tell me you'll hen to push for a kush on citizens united. >> absolutely. we're not going to let these millionaires and billionaires buy this election. you know, they bought on paper joe walsh. now or never actually boasted to the local newspaper that they were going to bury tammy duckworth in a sea of negative ads and they're delivering on t
government giving the land away was based on how many people were in your group. so if you could ring slaves than you would get more land. and so regular people bought slaves and especially in texas. there were a lot of working-class people that came with slaves in order to enhance their land grants, so i found that to be an interesting fact about texas itself. >> kind of goes a long way. just regular people in slavery. we have a little bit more time if anyone else would like to ask the question. boquet, would you please move to the mic? >> well i looked at the first lady's great granddad and "the new york times" and is half rather, it's almost like the same person. if you -- i don't off the similarities were that profound but that just seemed to me anyone who saw the picture and i think that is why you all selected those photographs for "the new york times" but i would love to hear about that in terms of the truce similarities and also i would love to hear any comments you would care to share when the families got together for the monument unveiling when you have the two sides of the famili
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